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June 03, 2012, 03:36:49 AM
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Yea, for being a hacker, he's not "up to speed" on bitcoin so shitpal is his only method of payment. renting a lane without a gun is expected.. there will be plenty to "borrow" and shoot. That's the idea of this event - expose people who come from places that do not have the luxury of their own firearms to get some exposure. Plenty of RSOs (like me) to keep it safe.

Ohhhhhh..  hmmmm

So your saying to rent a lane then ?

I was thinking it wasnt ness.


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June 03, 2012, 03:40:11 AM
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it's not, but it's the honorable thing to do.. the guy goes through a lot of trouble to setup tents and haul stuff out there.

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June 03, 2012, 03:46:36 AM
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it's not, but it's the honorable thing to do.. the guy goes through a lot of trouble to setup tents and haul stuff out there.

Ok I will, even though I dont think an RSO needs it, but you got a place in my lane! Cheesy  lmao..

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hahahahhaa Cheesy


I can see how having a lane rented could work to my advantage not having any guns to shoot..

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June 03, 2012, 04:09:21 AM
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The easiest thing to expect from a defcon experience is getting owned. somehow, some way. lol.

He's not kidding the general plan of the paranoid is: Go there with a computer you don't care about and a fresh install of an OS with no personal files, do not use the hotel wireless and keep your phone turned off when in the hotel and if you do go online do not login to any personal or work accounts.  Also be mindful of any RFID devices you have on you that can also get owned.  Going there with a bitcoin wallet on a machine on the wireless network is screaming "Please 0day my sorry ass and steal my bitcoins."

Excellent tips man.. 

I was wondering about this.  Kind of assumed its a hackers paradise.. so protect myself..

So my android bitcoin wallet on my phone should be emptied ?   

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June 03, 2012, 04:17:20 AM
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Going there with a bitcoin wallet on a machine on the wireless network is screaming "Please 0day my sorry ass and steal my bitcoins."

Actually, this is a great way to see how secure you really are... If you leave DefCon with your Bitcoins, you're doing pretty good.

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June 03, 2012, 04:20:49 AM
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Going there with a bitcoin wallet on a machine on the wireless network is screaming "Please 0day my sorry ass and steal my bitcoins."

Actually, this is a great way to see how secure you really are... If you leave DefCon with your Bitcoins, you're doing pretty good.

hahhaa..

Oh boy.. Im really looking forward to this..

bringing my pirate box to the shoot, I hope that is handy for everyone..   it will have a copy of Fear and Loathing on it.. fyi.. 


Ill leave a coin on it, if someone gets it, good for them.. 

Ill try to be a non sheep..   I just read about that exploit..

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June 03, 2012, 04:29:16 AM
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Wish I was going to DefCon. I used to live in Henderson but Seoul > Las Vegas is a costly and tiring trip to make for just one show.

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June 03, 2012, 04:45:34 AM
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Wish I was going to DefCon. I used to live in Henderson but Seoul > Las Vegas is a costly and tiring trip to make for just one show.

Oh fuck off..

Come join us !   I triple horse dare you...  Cool

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June 03, 2012, 04:48:26 AM
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The easiest thing to expect from a defcon experience is getting owned. somehow, some way. lol.

He's not kidding the general plan of the paranoid is: Go there with a computer you don't care about and a fresh install of an OS with no personal files, do not use the hotel wireless and keep your phone turned off when in the hotel and if you do go online do not login to any personal or work accounts.  Also be mindful of any RFID devices you have on you that can also get owned.  Going there with a bitcoin wallet on a machine on the wireless network is screaming "Please 0day my sorry ass and steal my bitcoins."

Excellent tips man.. 

I was wondering about this.  Kind of assumed its a hackers paradise.. so protect myself..

So my android bitcoin wallet on my phone should be emptied ?   

It should be okay as long as you remember to turn your phone off while you are near the hotel.  Also don't use any hotel ATM's are any of them nearby they are highly likely to be tampered with.


Remind me, if you come to defcon for me to tell you what I do for a living.. Cheesy


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June 03, 2012, 05:09:29 AM
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This sounds really fun! Imagine bluesnarfing a few years ago though haha

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June 03, 2012, 11:35:03 AM
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So if you use VPNs for everything and check ALL key fingerprints, you ought to be safe, but yeah it's hardly worth the risk to bring your daily driver to the show. VPN + Encrypted VNC to your main machine back at home, so that you can just use the local device as a dumb terminal.

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July 23, 2012, 01:12:37 PM
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I hope to have these tshirts available saturday morning, if not sooner. I am accepting pre-orders so that I can have a small number ready for the event. There is a bit of a surprise announcement regarding this brand coming soon. Please only preorder if you're attending defcon and plan to meet me in person to pick it up. You can order as many as you like, I just need to know numbers to have them ready. And if it falls through and they are not available by defcon, you're not obligated to pay for it unless you want to cover shipping. These will be made available on bitmit soon enough.

This will be printed on a black gildan ultra cotton t, using the same process as my high quality "Ask me about bitcoin" tshirts. The yellow part of the logo is a gold shimmer. Im expecting the cost to be $15 (in bitcoin of course).


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July 23, 2012, 03:33:19 PM
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I would love to go if someone could sponsor me.

Every year SOMETHING seems to get in the way. Either I don't have a job or some shit Sad I have yet to go to a Defcon ever since they started years ago Sad

Help make a hacker/geek's dream come true.

This is not a troll post nor a beg for bitcoin. This is an honest plead for help.

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July 23, 2012, 03:37:33 PM
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Where you coming from? If you're in shitfuck Cali, you might catch a free ride on the hackbus!

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July 23, 2012, 03:38:43 PM
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Where you coming from? If you're in Cali, you might catch a free ride on the hackbus!

Houston, Texas.

I don't have the funds for admission or hotel or food or even to help out in carpooling in any way.

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July 23, 2012, 06:18:59 PM
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Neat stuff..   

I might buy one to wear around, but black is sooooooo hot...  Tongue


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July 23, 2012, 06:21:49 PM
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I need to know specific sized to have rush made for the event... without sizes, I can't have them ready for you. It's ok if you dont end up buying it (for any reason) because I'll be able to sell it on bitmit... but I need to know how many to make, in specific sizes/qty and how many to bring with with me to the event.

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July 23, 2012, 06:30:23 PM
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I need to know specific sized to have rush made for the event... without sizes, I can't have them ready for you. It's ok if you dont end up buying it (for any reason) because I'll be able to sell it on bitmit... but I need to know how many to make, in specific sizes/qty and how many to bring with with me to the event.

Large should be good for me.. Smiley

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August 01, 2012, 02:24:20 AM
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I'd just like to say I'm calling bullshit on the pirate photo. Here's the list of people I met during Defcon, and none of them are in that picture. I find it hard to believe that none of the people I met can identify anyone in those photos from our offline discussions - or I haven't see a post from them confirming it. If you're on this list below and spoke with anyone at defcon in that picture, speak up and correct me.

  • SethSethSeth
  • AndrewBitcoiner
  • Teflon
  • eCrash (teflon's friend)
  • Mike Caldwell
  • BitBlitz ?
  • Alexmat
  • Elliot (asian guy from LA)
  • The anti-forensics speaker dude

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August 01, 2012, 03:58:41 AM
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I'd just like to say I'm calling bullshit on the pirate photo. Here's the list of people I met during Defcon, and none of them are in that picture. I find it hard to believe that none of the people I met can identify anyone in those photos from our offline discussions - or I haven't see a post from them confirming it. If you're on this list below and spoke with anyone at defcon in that picture, speak up and correct me.

  • SethSethSeth
  • AndrewBitcoiner
  • Teflon
  • eCrash (teflon's friend)
  • Mike Caldwell
  • BitBlitz ?
  • Alexmat
  • Elliot (asian guy from LA)
  • The anti-forensics speaker dude


Amazing isnt it - Also Giga VPS who was BFL's big shill in the early days now shills for Pirate.....
Then we have the multi trillion air that flew to BFL to reassure everyone (ask me anything, LOL SORRY CANT ANSWER ANYTHING YOUR FUCKING DUMB FOR NOT SPENDING MORE WITH BFL).

I'll bet you didnt meet any of the well known forum shills, ie Giga.

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